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Lafayette arrived in New York on 4 August 1784 for a visit which lasted until 21 December 1784...
Was I to found my Hopes Upon the Letters I have from Congress, I would please my fancy with the...
Letter not found. 8 February [ 1787? ]. This letter was “probably to JM,” but the evidence is not...
In spite of Calculations and Engagements, I Cannot absolutely leave Boston, at least for some...
Your Correspondents in france, Besides me, are So Well informed that You Have only to Be affraid...
… [France has ordered] two large Armies to get in readiness … in Flanders and … in Alsace.… I...
Had I Not a proper Reliance on the Steadiness of Your Sentiments I Might fear You Have forgotten...
Letter not found. 4 January 1803, Paris. Offered for sale in Stan. V. Henkels Catalogue No. 686...
General Bernadotte is so gloriously introduced by his own reputation, and Character, that I shall...
Altho I Have Not for Many Years Heard from You, I Hope that if You Have Received a Long Letter of...
I Have received my dear Friend, your Letter, May the 1st. and it has been a most lively heartfelt...
I have two days ago written a long Letter to M. Jefferson which as it will be communicated to you...
The Arrival of General Armstrong is the Last Opportunity I Had to Hear from You—I Was More...
4 June 1805, La Grange . “Permit me to Introduce and Recommend to You Mm. Armand de Letten and...
Mr. David parish, now a french Citizen, and Inhabitant of Antwerpt is Going to Visit America. The...
Your Letter of the 6h. June, My dear friend, or Rather a Copy of it from the press Has Come to...
The Sudden departure of Mr. Coles Has Left me But the Time to Come to town, take Leave of Him,...
I Wish Gnl. Armstrong May before the departure of the Vessel Know Something More of the Late...
I Have Received By the John Adams Your kind Letter of the 4h december and Wish it Was in My power...
The John Adams By Whom I Have Received Your Kind Letter of the 4h december is Not Yet Returned...
The Letters intended for the John Adams Are Gone an other Way. I Will not However Miss the...
I Leave it With General Armstrong to inform You of the Happy Repeal of the two Milan and Berlin...
Your Letters Sent By Mr. david parish are the Last I Have Received. He Has kept the patents to...
I Have Had Lately the pleasure to Write By Gnl. Armstrong, But Cannot let the Homer depart...
I am Sure You Have Had the Goodness to Answer My Long triplicate the Last of Which Went By the...
It is to me a particular Gratification, in Remembrance of old times, and in Justice to a Very...
I Gratefully thank You for Your Letter Novr the 1st., and for the incessant Attention You are...
It is a Good fortune for me to Arrive from La Grange in time to improve the Opportunity that is...
27 December 1811, La Grange. Discusses Franco-American relations and introduces Mr. de Correa....
The Arrival of the Wasp Has Brought to me no letters from You. The Sudden departure of the Hornet...